In a recent article with Forbes, teammate Anne Gibson discussed how she urges organizations to shift their philosophy from Activity-Based Work (ABW) to Behavioral-Based Work. Doing so would empower workers to choose how to work to enable their best performance.
“The future of office design should also support non-work-related activities that might appeal to introverts,” Gibson says. Settings “such as meditation space, makers rooms, outdoor seating or nap pods . . . signal that the office is about reconnecting for everyone, not just those who thrive in high-energy social settings.” Read more here.